Notre Dame QB Jack Coan is as tough as they come.
Late in the fourth quarter during Notre Dame’s game against Toledo, Coan was leading the team’s two-minute drill while down five points. During the drive, Coan got hit in the hand and dislocated his finger. Coan immediately went to the sideline and got his finger popped back into place by the team’s trainer.
Coan just got his finger reset on the fly, nbd pic.twitter.com/OKi3ZvVgoc
— CJ Fogler #BlackLivesMatter (@cjzero) September 11, 2021
Seconds later the Notre Dame QB went on to throw a game-winning touchdown against Toledo.
— Notre Dame on NBC (@NDonNBC) September 11, 2021
College football fans loved Jack Coan’s determination at the end of the game.
Notre Dame QB Jack Coan dislocated his finger on that last TD drive, made the trainer put it back, and then ran it down Toledo's throat.
— RJ Young (@RJ_Young) September 11, 2021
Jack Coan is a dawg!
— AJ Ortega (@applejacks999) September 11, 2021